Table 1: Life expectancy and Limiting Long-Term Illness free expectancy for males and females (2005/6 to 2009/10) At Birth Healthy Life Life Expectancy Expectancy (LLTI Free) % Male 76.6 61.5 80% Female 81.3 62.3 77% At 65 Years Healthy Life Life Expectancy Expectancy (LLTI Free) % Male 17.1 9.4 55% Female 19.9 9.0 45% Table 2: Life expectancy assumptions for males and females for principal, high and low mortality assumptions at 2060 High Life Low Life Life Expectancy at 2060 Principal Expectancy Expectancy Male Life Expectancy at birth 85.8 91.6 80.0 Life Expectancy at 65 24.1 28.8 19.8 Female Life Expectancy at birth 89.7 94.3 85.1 Life Expectancy at 65 26.8 30.7 23.1
Limiting long-term illness (LLTI) is a measure of health which is used in the Census and it is also asked in the Continuous Household Survey (CHS)  each year.
The 1991 and 2001 Northern Ireland Censuses of Population asked respondents if they had a long-term illness, health problem or handicap/disability which limited their activities or the work they could do (LLTI).
The 2001 Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey (6) estimated the prevalence of LLTI at around 18 per cent of the adult household population aged 18 and over.
In the age group 16-44, the level of those suffering from LLTI
rose by half from the 1975 baseline to 1995/1996; and it declined by a fifth from 1995/6 to 2004-8.
IALLT offers biennial conferences, regional groups and meetings, the LLTI
listserv (Language Learning Technology International), and key publications such as the IALLT Journal, the IALLT Language Center Design Kit, and the IALLT Lab Management Manual.